C-11, r. 11 - Regulation defining the scope of the expression “markedly predominant” for the purposes of the Charter of the French language

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1. In signs and posters of the civil administration, public signs and posters and posted commercial advertising that are both in French and in another language, French is markedly predominant where the text in French has a much greater visual impact than the text in the other language.
In assessing the visual impact, a family name, a place name, a trade mark or other terms in a language other than French are not considered where their presence is specifically allowed under an exception provided for in the Charter of the French language (chapter C-11) or its regulations.
O.C. 1756-93, s. 1; 886-2016O.C. 886-2016, s. 1.
1. In signs and posters of the civil administration, public signs and posters and posted commercial advertising that are both in French and in another language, French is markedly predominant where the text in French has a much greater visual impact than the text in the other language.
O.C. 1756-93, s. 1.